It turns out that not all of the best Nicaraguan tobaccos come from the famed Jalapa Valley, Esteli & Condega regions, as evidenced by the new La Aroma De Cuba Pasion cigar.
From the famous father-and-son blending team of Don Pepin and Jaime Garcia, the tobaccos used in the La Aroma de Cuba Pasion showcase the fruits of the fertile fields of Namanji, Nicaragua. Located 18 miles east of Estelí, the Namanji enjoys a unique microclimate marked by warm days and cool nights that produces tobaccos of remarkable character. While this region is lesser-known to the cigar-buying public, Nicaraguan tobaccos farmers know it well, and after you taste the Pasion, so will you.
Nutty and leathery with notes of spicy cedar and molasses in your choice of six sizes, these delectable Nicaraguan puros are primed to catapult Namanji to the same level of wide recognition enjoyed by the more commonly-cited Nicaraguan farmlands.
This is the type of cigar that makes a lasting impression, and considering the La Aroma brand’s track record of ratings (mostly strong 90s), it’s a fairly safe bet that Pasion will follow suit. Grab yours now and beat the inevitable post-rating rush.